Chapter 7. Using the Visual Database Tools

Visual Studio .NET includes a rich set of tools for browsing and creating database objects, such as database tables and stored procedures. You can use these tools to make changes to a database without leaving the Visual Studio .NET development environment.

In this chapter, you’ll learn how to take advantage of these tools to

  • Browse and create database objects in the Server Explorer window

  • Interactively create database tables and define the relationship between tables by using database diagrams

  • Build reusable ...

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